Architectural Photography: Professional Office Space 2

  • Instructors:
    Randy Van Duinen

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    In this architectural photography segment, Randy Van Duinen explains how to capture images of an office area being used for an architectural design firm’s advertising materials. He shows the use of hot lights to brighten shadow areas and discusses composition for maximum effect. You’ll understand the importance of staging the space and paying attention to details and finally how to edit your images in Photoshop to finish the artwork begun in camera.
  • Duration: 45:31 "Expand video to full screen for best view"

      • Randy Van Duinen

        M.Photog.Cr., CPP

        Randy Van Duinen has been working as a professional photographer for over 30 years, specializing in architectural and fine arts. His work has been in hundreds of brochures and advertisements for builders, architects and interior designers around the country, and you can also find his photography in the permanent collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum as well as in many corporate and private collections.

        When he’s not behind the camera, Randy is in front of students as a photography instructor at The Morean Center in St. Petersburg, Florida. He’s also one of the lead instructors for “The Digital Photo Workshops” held throughout the United States, and has been a featured speaker at a number of Professional Photographer Conventions.

        It’s also no surprise that Randy’s photos have been published in many local and national magazines and has earned numerous national and international awards. The list is long and distinguished, including the Silver Medal in the World Photographic Cup’s commercial category, and 1st Place in the commercial category of the 2014 Grand Imaging Awards. For the past three years, Randy’s been one of the Top Ten Florida photographers, and was named the 2012 Photographer of the Year by the Florida Professional Photographers.

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